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. >>> back here at the district. it will be an emotional day at the state department. this is hillary clinton's last day as secretary of state. asked what's next for her, clinton is rumored as making another run for president in 2016. she told andrea, she's not sure what's in her future. >> i have no opinion about this, i'm still secretary of state. i can't really engage in politics. for the foreseeable future i don't think i'll be at all political. >> john kerry will succeed hillary clinton at the state department. >> i think the wind has picked and the temperature dropped since i was up. it's really cold this morning. >> is there a saddle on my back? i feel like i've been ridden hard all week. oh, man. what a weather week we've had. now, we're talking about wind, turning colder, february certainly acting like a winter month. good morning. we're certainly looking like winter too. this is a photo sent in by one of our nbc4 viewers. fresh snow there. and also into nbcwashington.com, too, this is what maryland looked like a quarter to a half an inch, many of the suburbs and rural areas. and it'
hillary rodham clinton is being honored at the pentagon at this hour. general martin dempsey just presented clinton with the highest award he can present to a civilian. the honor has a long name. it's called the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff joint distinguished civilian service award. >> you've moved diplomacy into the 21st century. you've recognized that there are limits to hard power, and that we need both hard power and soft power. all the while, remembering that it's the investment of your personal time that builds relationships. >> general dempsey added that hillary clinton has been a steadfast supporters of the military. more so, he said, than any other secretary of state in his career. >>> we're learning new information about pope benedict, the 16th health. the vatican said he hit his head and bled during his trip to mexico last march. the vatican said that accident had no relevant role with his plans to step down at the end of this month. this morning the pope told cardinals he'll be hidden to the world once he steps down february 28th. >> and storm team four meteo
in the footsteps of two women. secretaries of state hillary clinton and condoleezza rice. >> right now president obama is headed to minneapolis. his first trip out of washington to push for gun control laws. a picture of the president has people talking this morning. tracie potts has more. [ "hail to the chief" ] ♪ >> reporter: as president obama pitches a gun control plan more reaction to this white house photo of the president skeet shooting at camp david. critics say he's pandering to conservatives while pushing for a ban on assault weapons that seems to have no chance on capitol hill. universal background checks is gaining support. >> i think everyone acknowledges we should do something with background checks. >> reporter: mark kelly argues checks must be expanded to keep guns away from mentally ill people like jared loughner, charged with shooting kelly's wife former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. >> the case of the rejection at the gun store he could have easily gone to a gun show or private seller to get a gun. >> reporter: this super bowl ad accused the nra of making a complete turn
way to improve ties between the two countries. >>> don't expect hillary clinton to stay out of the spotlight for long. the former secretary of state will begin giving paid speeches later this year. she'll be compensated pretty well, too. she could bring in $200,000 for each speech in the u.s. and as much as $750,000 in asia or the middle east. clinton will speak for free on behalf of causes she'll support. she will donate some earnings to charity. >> the woman is brilliant. >> and going to be paid for being brilliant. >>> news 4 meteorologist storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein to tell us about the weather. >> that snow looked pretty. >> tiny balls of ice bouncing around and video of that shot. this was about 9:00 this morning. look at this where the sleet was coming down in sheets and bouncing around and a little bit of wet snow, also, accumulated briefly on some grassy areas. but didn't cause any problems. the road temperatures were warm enough that it melted on roads and you look at what it did to these daffodils. this was a photo sent innen eb of our viewers. it is e
after secretary of state and the new development that could provide a hint about hillary clinton's future ambitions. >>> and tonight on "news 4 at 5:00 q. ", how the postal service cuts will impact the district. we'll find out how the changes will impact the community and small businesses. all those stories and the latest on today's news coming up starting at "news 4 at 4:00." >> time for a final check of our forecast. >> a tale of two skies this morning. we've got a lot of cloud cover north and west of washington but south and east it's albright and sunny. we're on the divided line here in northwest washington. that's the view from space. temperatures under the clouds are colder. upper 30s near 40. where there's sun it's already in the mid 40s to upper 40s. reagan national is at 46. may actually get a little bit warmer there later this afternoon. a bit of a blustery northwest wind. friday morning, predawn. may be a bit of a mix west and north of interstate 95. sun back for the weekend. near 50 on sunday. enjoy. >> okay. we will. thanks, tom. ♪ >>> let's hope the wizards are wa
always need to be ready and be prepared. >> strickland covered the final years of the clinton white house, from there his front-row seat to history found him at the florida school where president bush learned of the 9/11 attacks. strickland would 39 aboard air force one to produce coverage at ground zero, for the world to see. >> when you see the president at the bullhorn that was all shot by nbc news. to see all that destruction firsthand and try to navigate that balance. try to make sure you're there professionally but you can't turn off there being emotionally, it was a very, very meaningful experience. one that i'll never forget. >> before barack obama was president obama, ken strickland was working the halls of the senate, too, and today a big part of his job is recruiting and mentoring the next generation of journalists. >> trying to understand how to get people to work together well and it starts with learning how to navigate personalities and getting along with people. >> that requires what comes naturally with ken. a sense of humor. take this moment at a correspondents' dinner. h
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